Fluctuating temperatures, melting snow and heavy rains are beginning to take their toll on area roads in the form of potholes.
Loutit District Library officials say they’ve been able to refinance bonds associated with the expansion and renovation of the library more than 10 years ago, which will result in savings to local taxpayers.
The planned redevelopment of a 7-acre parcel along Robbins Road, just east of Whittaker Way and west of 172nd Avenue, will now head to the Township Board for consideration.
Fueling the recommendation are high costs associated with keeping the plant operational due to needed maintenance, and technological and mechanical upgrades. These costs are projected to range from $15 million to $30 million.
News of Wetland Watch’s success comes on the heels of the latest round of treatment, which occurred last fall.
The city and township planning commissions met Tuesday night to learn more about new developments proposed along Robbins Road in the township.
The Grand Haven Township Board voted 4-0 Monday night to go ahead with the upgrade of the system, which was was first installed in 2002.
Last week, Grand Haven City Council designated the southeast face of the dune a “no trespassing” area, corresponding with work being done to restore a part of the dune.
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